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    Jun Motomiya 

Jun Motomiya

Jun is Davis's older sister, and they're alike to the hair. She doesn't figure much into the plot, but has a large crush on Matt. After the infamous Christmas episode, she drops her thing for Matt and then locks-on to Joe's second older brother, Shuu.

Voiced by: Kazusa Murai (JP), Peggy O'Neal (EN), Pilar Domínguez (Spain), Janeth Bejarano (Latin America)

  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: The hate from Matt/anyone shippers is doubly ridiculous, since she actually gave up on Matt willingly as soon as she saw him with Sora and showed no bad feelings towards them, aside of just moping around a bit like almost any teenage girl would. If Tai was the chosen one, she would likely behave the same way - and maybe even more, considering that Tai is Davis's Big Brother Mentor of sorts.
  • Kiddie Kid: She is 17 years old but acts very childishly sometimes, particularly when it comes to romance.
  • Lamarck Was Right: The anniversary book tells us Jun got her fangirl personality from her mother.
  • Living Lie Detector: Jun knows her way around a few poker tells, which is how she got Matt to go out on a date with her in the first place (by not ratting him out when he came by and lied to her face about her brother coming home late).
    • Obfuscating Stupidity: Don't be fooled. When she's on her game, she knows how to make your day miserable.
  • Official Couple: With Joe's middle brother Shuu. It's All There in the Manual according to the Michi e no Armor Shinka! audio drama; by that point she even goes to meet Shuu's parents before a Valentine's date, meaning their relationship is going pretty steady.
  • Older Than They Look: You'd be forgiven for assuming she was the same three years older to Davis as it is with the Kamiya and Ishida/Takaishi siblings. Even with the hair, she's shorter than Matt.
  • Plucky Girl: Spends the entirety of the Kimeramon arc following Matt to a campground after he "accidentally" left her behind, never really losing her cheerful disposition.
  • Rise of Zitboy: In one episode.

    Chikara Hida 

Chikara Hida

Iorinote 's grandfather and Kendo sensei. Though he plays a minor role through the series, he is always there to dispense advice to his grandson, unaware of what Iori has gotten into. However, near the end, he learns about the Digimon, and helps cover for Iori.

Voiced by Kosei Tomita (JP), Dan Lorge (EN)

  • Continuity Cameo: Makes a brief appearance in the novelization of season one.
  • Fantasy-Forbidding Father: When Iori's father was a child, Chikara became disturbed when Hiroki started spending most of his time talking to his video games and about going to 'that world'. Afraid that his son was losing his grip, Chikara forbid Hiroki from his games or spending time with the friend who shared this obsession, Yukio Oikawa.
  • Nerves of Steel: He confronts Oikawa, who has a pair of powerful Digimon at his disposal, to call him out on his actions and try to make amends.
  • Old Master: Iori's kendo sensei, and always ready with advice.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: His son Hiroki was killed taking a bullet for a political figure.
  • Retired Badass: According to supplementary materials, he's a retired police officer, though still gives kendo lessons to both his grandson and to other cops.
  • Parental Substitute: Became this for Iori when Hiroki was killed in the line of duty.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: After the Fantasy-Forbidding Father event above, he learns decades later that in doing so, he accidentally provoked Oikawa's obsession and reliance on using the power of darkness to reach the digital world. He confronts Oikawa on that, apologizes for not having helped him when he desperately needed it and tries to reach for him.

    Haruhiko Takenouchi 

Sora's father, who was only mentioned in the original series. He's a history professor in Kyoto University and travels around Japan to make research. He finally appears in the second one, where he and his disciple Shuu Kidou help out Miyako when a Digimon attack hits Kyoto.

Voiced by Toshiyuki Morikawa (JP), R. Martin Klein (EN), Rafael Rivera (Latin America)


Willis (Wallace)

The protagonist of the movie Touchdown Hurricane.

Voiced by: Nami Miyahara (JP), Bob Glouberman (EN), Gádor Martín (Spain), Luis Daniel Ramírez (Latin America)

  • Adaptation Origin Connection: He was responsible for creating Diaboromon in Digimon: The Movie but not in the Japanese dub.
  • The All-American Boy: His physical design has shades of this, especially when he wears his overalls as a child.
  • Canon Foreigner: His only appearances are restricted to a (consideres for many) Non-Serial Movie and a Drama CD, and with no mention of him in the series proper, he is assumed this alongside his partners.
  • Create Your Own Villain: In the dub, it's stated that he was the one who created Diaboromon, and the virus that infected Diaboromon's egg also infected his Kokomon.
  • Crossdressing Voices: True in Japan and Spain, averted in the dub.
  • Dub Name Change: From Wallace to Willis, mystifyingly, as Wallace is already an English name and he's from America.
  • Early-Bird Cameo:
    • He's one of the major opponent tamers in Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers, which occurs before the series proper. In the movie, he expresses ignorance of the Digital World. Presumably this means that D1 Tamers is in an alternate continuity or that his Cameo wasn't meant to be taken as his actual canon debut.
    • When Hurricane Touchdown was absorbed into Digimon: The Movie, Willis ended up absorbing the Info Dump from two of Izzy's foreign friends. He also managed to create the Digimon that became Diaboromon when its egg was infected by a virus.
  • Free-Range Children: The boy hitch-hikes from New York to Colorado, which is how he meets Davis, Yolei, and Cody. He somehow evades his mother's suspicion with the odd phone call "from camp".
  • Friendless Background: Out of fear that Kokomon would attack anyone too close to him, he distances himself from other people. By the start of the film, it seems that Terriermon is the only friend he has left.
  • I Work Alone: In the beginning, he refuses to let the other chosen children help him with his problem, as he believes befriending anyone will turn them into a target for Chocomon's wrath.
  • Kid-anova: He kisses Miyako and Hikari at the end of the movie and mentioned having a Japanese girlfriend. In ''Natsu e no Tobira;;, he flirts with Mimi and is stunned that Nacchan is more interested in Daisuke than him.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Apparently doesn't realize of Digital World's existence since he got Gummymon and Chocomon from Digi-Eggs that came out of his mother's computer, rather than finding them in Digital World.
  • Momma's Boy: He's shown going out of his way to call his mother frequently in the Japanese version.
  • The Protagonist: The central character of the first 02 movie, which deals with Wallace being forced to accept that he has to Shoot the Dog (which is his basic character arc beneath all the Surreal Horror and Mind Screw of the final battle).
  • Ship Tease: With Kari and Yolei, who blush when he hits them each with a kiss on the cheek.
  • Surprisingly Good English: In the original Japanese, both the start and the end feature him speaking what would be perfectly good English... except for the fact tat he pronounces his name as "Warrace".
  • Troll: If there's a chance to get under Daisuke's skin, he will absolutely go for it. In Natsu e no Tobira almost all of his dialog in the first chapter is screwing with the guy.



One of Willis's two Digimon and the only one still with him during the events of Hurricane Touchdown. In the original Japanese version of Hurricane Touchdown he's always referred to by his In-Training name of Gummymon.His digivolutions are as follows:

  • In-Training: Gummymon, a green squishy blob with one horn.
  • Rookie: Terriermon, his default form. A small canine with Ear Wings.
  • Champion: Gargomon, a humanoid canine with two Arm Cannon Gatling Good attached on both of his hands.
  • Armor:
    • Destiny: Rapidmon (Armor), also known as GoldenRapidmon to distinct him with Digimon Tamers's counterpart. A humanoid canine covered with holy armors and wears two Holy Rings on each of his thighs, who can fire homing missiles.
Voiced by: Aoi Tada (JP), Mona Marshall (EN, Terriermon), Michael Sorich (EN, Gargomon), Lex Lang (EN, Rapidmon)

  • Adaptation Species Change: The dub refers to him as a bunny (presumably due to his giant ears), despite his name being Terriermon and the Japanese version noting him to be a dog.
  • All There in the Manual: In the original Japanese, the names Terriermon, Gargomon, and Rapidmon are never mentioned even once; as he's always referred with the name of his In-Training form Gummymon.
  • Arm Cannon: Has two rotary cannons for arms as Gargomon. As Rapidmon, his arms become missile launchers.
  • Canon Foreigner: His only appearances are restricted to a (considered for many) Non-Serial Movie and a Drama CD, and with no mention of him in the series proper, he is assumed this alongside his partner and brother.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Rapidmon (Armor) is extremely fast and has the offensive capabilities of a mega level so he definitely fits.
  • Palette Swap:
    • His and Kokomon's In-Training forms are visually indistinguishable except for the fact the former is green and has a single horn, whereas the latter is pink and has three horns.
    • This version of Rapidmon is essentially a gold version of the regular Rapidmon. Other media simply refers to it as Rapidmon (Armor) for simplicity's sake.
  • Pistol-Whipping: Gargomon can hit hard enough to send Wendimon flying.
  • Theme Twin Naming: Named after candy. His In-Training form is called Gummymon, whereas his twin brother is Chocomon. In the Japanese version, Wallace keeps referring to them by these names even as they evolve into more powerful forms.


Kokomon (Chocomon)

Willis's other Digimon. This one disappeared under mysterious circumstances and has been stalking Willis in the form of Wendimon ever since.His digivolutions are as follows:

  • In-Training: Chocomon, a Palette Swap of Gummymon with browny pink colour and three horns.
  • Rookie: Lopmon, a Palette Swap of Terriermon with brown colour and three horns. Despite being Palette Swap, Lopmon is referred as rabbit, not dog like Terriermon. This form is only seen at the ending of original Japanese.
  • Champion: Endigomon (Wendimon). The virus who corrupted Chocomon has dark-digivolved him into this bestial giant rabbit man Digimon.
  • Ultimate: Antylamon Virus. The corrupting virus has further dark-digivolved him into a leaner giant rabbit Digimon who is very fast.
  • Mega:
    • Cherubimon Vice: The corrupting virus has even further dark-digivolved him into this bestial Fallen Angel Digimon.
    • Cherubimon Virtue: A virus-free Cherubimon.
Voiced by: Paul St. Peter (EN, Wendimon and above), Wendee Lee (EN, Kokomon)

  • Adaptational Superpower Change: In most media, Cherubimon has lightning-based attacks. The movie makes him a major Adaptational Badass by turning him into a Reality Warper. In addition, he can de-age people (and de-evolve Digimon), regenerate his body after it's damaged, summon black holes and spit orbs of darkness.
  • Big Bad: For the movie The Golden Digimentals. Though unwillingly due to the fact he is corrupted by an unknown force.
  • Big "NO!": Gives one in the original version when he realizes how different things in the present are from how he remembers them.
  • Body Horror:
    • Wendimon's body does not follow any convention, with laser cannons erupting out of its torso and the long whiplike arms.
    • Cherubimon takes the cake, though, with his rotting ears, rotting frill, and flesh that tears like wet paper (not mentioning, of course, that he bleeds black snow). The sheer wrongness of how Cherubimon works is as much of a threat as Cherubimon itself.
  • Born-Again Immortality: Despite all that happened to Kokomon as a result of The Corruption, Willis still finds his egg in the end. Though this is retconned and subverted in the CD drama, "The Door into Summer", where Terriermon states that Kokomon was unable to be reborn because the virus ravaged him so badly. However, this CD Drama is retconned, since Kokomon appears along Willis and Terriermon in Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna. So, it is a Double Subversion at the end.
  • Bloody Murder: When Cherubimon is injured, his body bleeds dozens of dark spheres. He can also voluntarily spit said orbs as an attack.
  • Canon Foreigner: His only appearance is restricted to a (considered for many) Non-Serial Movie, and with no mention of him in the series proper, he is assumed this alongside his partner and brother.
  • Cerebus Retcon: In the Natsu e no Tobira Drama CD, despite apparently finding Kokomon's egg at the end of the movie, Terriermon sorrowfully imparts that Kokomon did not appear... Until it was Subverted in Last Evolution Kizuna which shows Lopmon with both Willis and Terriermon.
  • Chest Blaster: His Koko Crusher attack involves sprouting several small cannons from his chest.
  • The Corruption: In the prologue, Kokomon is spirited away by some ill-defined force; when he returns, he's bigger, nastier, more violent, and consumed with a fixation on playing with Willis. Since he's vaguely aware Willis has grown up, he decides to get a hold of every kid he can find with the same model of digivice. With every evolution, he loses more and more hold on his actual self and becomes more and more of a perversion of childish innocence; its Mega form (identified in external materials as Cherubimon - Vice) is a Giant Monster Clown Rabbit with a really freaky laugh. Cherubimon is at that point basically an avatar of whatever force kidnapped Kokomon. When Kari first sees Wendimon, she describes it as a "crying digimon". When she first sees Cherubimon Vice, she realizes that the crying digimon is completely absent. This is completely absent in the version of the movie folded into Digimon: The Movie, with the corruption instead being the virus that infected Diaboromon.
  • Creepily Long Arms: All of his forms from champion on have arms long enough to almost reach their feet. Wendimon's even stretch.
  • Death of Personality: When Hikari first encounters Wendimon, she describes it as a "crying Digimon". When she finally encounters Cherubimon, she mentions that she can't sense the crying Digimon anymore. The sight of Miyako tending to Poromon reawakens Kokomon within his monstrous new body.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Crosses it when Willis tells him that all of his good memories of them together are in the past. He draws on the power of whatever caused him to disappear years ago in order to digivolve. This gives it full control of his body.
  • Detachment Combat: As Cherubimon, he swallows Magnamon and Rapidmon by respawning his head behind them when they think he's down.
  • Eat Me: Magnamon and Rapidmon allow themselves to be eaten by Cherubimon in order to take him out from the inside, but only in the English dub. In the original film, they are caught off guard and Swallowed Whole.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Cherubimon Vice looks alien, even by Digimon standards. Its body seems to be deteriorating and it's barely sentient, only driven by pure, sociopathic sadism.
  • Evil Laugh: Cherubimon's laugh is a creepy, inhuman chirping noise.
  • Extendable Arms: Wendimon's Cable Crusher attack shoots out his arm for a long-range punch.
  • Fallen Angel: Cherubimon Vice is a corrupted angel in the expanded Digimon canon. Here, it's just a Monster Clown.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Antylamon's eyes flicker before it sets sight on its targets.
  • Go Out with a Smile: In the Japanese version, Wendimon is seen smiling as Magnamon and Rapidmon's attacks destroy him. Terriermon then tells Wallace that Chocomon was able to laugh because he finally found peace.
  • Hair-Raising Hare: Endigomon has some bunny-like characteristics to his physiology, and Antylamon Virus takes the resemblance further. Although they both look unsettling, it's not until Chocomon evolves into Cherubimon Vice that he becomes an Eldritch Abomination, whose only similarity to its previous forms are the long, rabbit-like ears.
  • Healing Factor: Whatever is possessing Kokomon gives him this and allows him to reattach its mutilated body parts to its main body.
  • Hell Is That Noise: In the Japanese version, Cherubimon has a raspy, distorted laugh afflicted with white noise.
  • I Cannot Self-Terminate: Wendimon reappears inside Cherubimon's body and implores Magnamon and Rapidmon to destroy him.
  • Kick the Dog: After reaching the Mega form and devolving Veemon, Hawkmon, Armadimon, and Terriermon; he juggles them repeatedly in the air until Wallace got sick of seeing it and yelled at him to stop, to which he responded by tossing them aside to nearby cliffs.
  • The Kindnapper: Wendimon is actually abducting everyone from around the world with an original-generation Digivice because he's trying to simply locate his old partner so they can have fun playing around again.
  • Lean and Mean: Antylamon Virus is substantially thinner and more agile than the hulking Wendimon.
  • Mental World: He trapped the season one Digidestined in his mindscape.
  • Mercy Kill: Wallace's entire character arc revolves around him realizing that Chocomon is too far gone and must be put out of his misery. He asks Daisuke to help him euthanize his corrupted partner, then Chocomon himself begs Magnamon and Gummymon to be terminated.
  • No One Could Survive That!: Angemon and Angewomon literally tear his body apart. His face is even shown disintegrating, implying that their assault was successful... Then the skies darken and the heroes immediately realize that all they've really done was piss him off.
  • Not Himself: When Kari shows up and sees Cherubimon, she says that it's not Kokomon anymore. Something else is acting through him. Once Cherubimon consumes them, the original Kokomon appears to Magnamon and Rapidmon.
  • Nothing Is Scarier: At least in the original Japanese, we never find out what possessed him and caused him to disappear in the first place. Subverted in the dub, while we never the know what exactly the virus is, we do know that the virus is the same as that which corrupted Diaboromon.
  • One-Winged Angel: Cornered by Fladramon, Halsemon, Digmon and Gargomon, Antylamon retreats into the lake to safely evolve into his most powerful form, Cherubimon. Bonus points for Cherubimon being an angel Digimon.
  • Punched Across the Room: Wendimon gets pistol-whipped by Gargomon, who is maybe a tenth his size, so hard that he flies through a billboard and lands several hundred feet away.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: All he wants to do is spend the summer playing with Wallace. Forever.
  • Reality Warper: As Cherubimon, he was able to reverse the colors of the scenery and de-age the characters.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Has them as Wendimon and Antylamon, with the latter also defaulting to an aggressive, yet still somewhat playful stare to go with it. Cherubimon averts this trope by having Supernatural Gold Eyes.
  • Spell My Name with an "S":
    • Kokomon's champion form is based on the Wendigo, but it's name is either Wendimon or Endigomon, depending on which side of the Pacific you're on. (Wendigomon is at best a invoked Fan Nickname).
    • Kokomon is called Chocomon in the original version, to go along with his brother Gummymon's dessert Theme Naming.
  • Split Personality: The original Chocomon, which is referred to as the "crying Digimon", is a child desperately searching for his partner and unable to understand how things have changed since their last encounter. The other personality is a vicious beast that takes over Chocomon's body during the film's climax.
  • Symbolic Blood: Any injuries that Cherubimon receives emit black spheres, which he can also use to attack. When he is destroyed from the inside, he coughs up some kind of pink cloud. The latter is accompanied by a splattering sound in the dub.
  • Theme Twin Naming: In both the original and the dub, the twins are only referred to by the name of their In-Training forms, Chocomon and Gummymon.
  • Tearful Smile: Upon his death, both Chocomon and his brother smile while breaking into tears.
    Terriermon: "Chocomon always cried a lot. But now... He was smiling."
  • Tragic Monster: He is separated from his partner when he was only a baby and twisted into a hideous beast over the course of the years. Chocomon spends his last moments as a prisoner inside his own body, begging his brother and Magnamon to end his suffering.
  • Troll: Antylamon and Cherubimon don't fight as much as they toy with their opponents. The latter even fakes being injured before giving out a vicious Slasher Smile and curb stomping them.
  • Who Are You?: Gargomon asks him this. Cherubimon responds by immediately de-evolving the other Digimon.
  • Yandere: A non-romantic version toward Willis, who he seems to just want to play with. He has no idea of how much time had passed since he disappeared.

    Sam Ichijouji 

Osamu Ichijouji (Sam Ichijouji)

Ken's late older brother who died in a car accident in 2000. He was a Child Prodigy like Ken is at the beginning of the series and drew immense envy from his little brother.

Voiced by: Romi Park (Japanese), Raquel Martín (Spain), Uraz Huerta (Latin America)

  • The Ace: Unlike Ken, Osamu was a natural prodigy, being good in studying and sports, and he was very popular.
  • Big Brother Bully: Downplayed. After Ken's first trip to the world, Osamu found Ken playing with the Digivice that he thought was his, and exploded at him. Much of it was Osamu snapping under pressure to succeed. On the whole, though, Osamu was a good big brother. The lighting of that scene (combined with the fact that he was returning from the Digital World after having just been infected by the Dark Spore) might also imply that Ken's perspective of what was going on (or his recollection of it) were a bit skewed.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Normally when not under stress, Osamu was a good brother to Ken and loved creating bubbles for him to play with. It's also implied that he died because he pushed Ken out of the way of an incoming car.
  • Parental Favoritism: Ken believed that his parents were like this towards him.
  • Posthumous Character: He's been dead for two years prior at the beginning of the series.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: Shown in the scene where Ken returns from the Digital World and Osamu just happens to find out that his brother took "his" Digivice without permission. In this scene, Ken started to hate his brother and the glasses in combination with his hair make him look like the Digimon Kaiser.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Ken's Digimon Kaiser persona looks a lot like him, perhaps intentional on his part.



"Time? I've given you time to answer all of my questions, and you haven't answered one yet. I should just destroy you and move on. It seems to be my purpose in life, and if that's so, then so be it. I will dedicate myself to being the most powerful... But I have to know if that is my true destiny, or if there is something more for me in this world than just fighting. Y'know, like a reason why I'm here. For some, it's money. Others, power. And for you perhaps, friendship. But I have to know the reason why I was created."

Created from a hundred Dark Towers as the ultimate evil Digimon, he is a dark clone of the final form of Agumon. He is hell-bent on destroying the Holy Stones of the Digital World as he believes it will solve the existential crisis he suffers from due to his unusual origin, but he may not be as bad as he appears.

Voiced by: Nobuyuki Hiyama (JP), Steve Blum (EN), Eugenio Barona (Spain), Héctor Moreno (Latin America)

  • Alas, Poor Villain: He only wanted to search for the meaning of his existence and cure his inner suffering even it was almost destroying the Digital World's balance. He finally meets his fate by sealing the digital gate in Hikarigaoka with his data.
  • Alien Blood: Whatever comes out of his armor after he was defeated by the DNA Digivolutions, it looks like oil or maybe High-Pressure Blood.
  • Anti-Villain: Since his birth he wasn't truly a Digimon who wanted to cause chaos in the Digital World for the sake of Arukenimon. He only wanted to find the meaning of his existence as he considers himself an anti-natural creation, search a Worthy Opponent and relieve the pain he was feeling from the Holy Stones.
  • Armor-Piercing Question:
    BlackWarGreymon: I wish to look upon the face of my creator.
    Arukenimon: You've come all this way to see what you've already seen, then. I gave you life from just the tiny hairs on my head.
    BlackWarGreymon: Perhaps, but who gave you life? And who is your creator, Mummymon?
  • Big "NO!": When he sees a tiny flower about to be crushed by a Mammothmon.
  • Blood Knight: He seeks to find the most powerful opponent he can find and defeat them, believing it to be his destiny.
  • Born as an Adult: From start to finish he spends his life in the form of a Mega level Digimon.
  • Break Them by Talking:
    BlackWarGreymon: Did you create your two flunkies because you were afraid to be alone? What's the matter, cat got your tongue?
    Oikawa: That's absurd! Do you really think I'm that foolish? I can obliterate you in a heartbeat, don't forget that!"
    BlackWarGreymon: "Do you think that power is going to bring you happiness? If you do, then you're living in a dream. Power is isn't going to help you escape the loneliness you feel because you don't have any friends. It just makes it worse. Take it from me, the more powerful you get, the more alone you become. Can't take the truth, can you?
  • Curbstomp Battle: During the Holy Stone Arc, he becomes a headache for the kids due to his massive power and Mega level, squashing the main Digimon, who hadn't reach said level. He had to be stopped by the almighty Azulongmon.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: More of a Well-Intentioned Extremist, but he is not really an evil Digimon much to the surprise of Arukenimon and Mummymon. He doesn't want to team up with any side, only to find a meaning in his life.
  • Death Seeker: Is called out on being one by Wormmon. He, Veemon and Agumon try to convince him to live life instead.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: Given he's an artificial Digimon, he's desperate to a purpose, any purpose to his existence other than what Arukenimon decided for him. This makes him dangerous because his "purpose" can swing from "helpful" to "harmful" day by day.
  • The Determinator: Bleeding oil and having a good portion of his armor destroyed didn't stop him from trying to pick a fight with Azulongmon.
  • The Dragon: He was supposed to be this for Arukenimon, but he abandoned her immediately. The fact that his following actions during that arc matched Arukenimon's plans was pure coincidence; he was never loyal to her.
  • The Dreaded: As one of the few Mega level Digimon in the series, an expert in Curbstomp Battle and an anti-natural force of destruction and chaos, every digital monster becomes afraid of him whenever he appears, even a Kuwagamon. Keep in mind that Kuwagamon are violent Digimon who attack even when unprovoked. The fact that one was terrified of him and hoped he'd ignore it shows how feared BlackWarGreymon is.
  • Energy Ball: Like the original WarGreymon, he has the same attacks like Terra Destroyer although a darker version.
  • Evil Knockoff: A dark spire copy of WarGreymon.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: In the Dub. To contrast WarGreymon's heroic tone, BlackWarGreymon has a low grumbling voice courtesy of Steve Blum.
  • Evil Twin: He is a WarGreymon with a shifted palette of colors that wants to destroy everything to find the meaning of his existence.
  • Evil vs. Evil: Going against Oikawa, Mummymon and Arukenimon.
  • Famous Last Words:
    BlackWarGreymon: No. My strength is my final gift to you, my friends. I will seal the Highton View Terrace gate with my own body.
    WarGreymon: Don't do it!
    BlackWarGreymon: I must!
  • Girly Run: A rather noticeable one in "Cody Takes a Stand".
  • Heel–Face Turn: He starts off as a Blood Knight and a Death Seeker, but his quest to find a greater purpose in his life leads him to join the forces of good.
  • Hellish Pupils: Unlike WarGreymon's green eyes with round pupils, he has yellow eyes with slitted pupils, emphasizing his Blood Knight nature.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He gets in the way of an attack meant for Cody's grandfather and uses his data after his death to seal the digital gate of Hikarigaoka.
  • Hoist Hero over Head: Did this to Ankylomon during his debut in episode 30.
  • I'm Having Soul Pains: When the first Holy Stone is damaged by Knightmon, he feels an excruciating pain provoking him to destroy every stone to mitigate it.
  • Ironic Echo:
    BlackWarGreymon: Move, or else!
    Paildramon: We choose 'else'!

    Paildramon: Don't take another step, or else!
    BlackWarGreymon: I choose 'or else'!
  • Killed Off for Real: Since he was created from Dark Towers and therefore is not a true Digimon, he doesn't have the ability to be reborn like all other Digimon do.
  • Lightning Bruiser: A very fast and powerful Mega level Digimon who is also quite sturdy. This combination makes him damn near invincible against any Digimon of lower level.
  • Lizard Folk: A humanoid Dragon-type Digimon.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: He tries to stop the Digimon's attacks, until Shakkoumon comes in and destroys it.
  • Made of Evil: He was created by Arukenimon using the combination of 100 Dark Towers.
  • Man of Kryptonite: Since he is made of Dark Towers.
  • Mirror Match: "Duel of the WarGreymon" has him duel with WarGreymon to a standstill.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Really all you need to hear to know he's bad news is the WarGreymon in his name making it clear he's an evil WarGreymon.
  • Noble Demon: Not counting other Dark Tower-made Digimon, he merely beat Digimon instead of destroying them, and he always gave the DigiDestined the chance to stand aside whenever they confronted him at a Destiny Stone.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: Since he is based on the android Greymon family and a darker version, he has hair sprouting outside his helmet.
  • One-Man Army: As one of the few Mega level Digimon, he can beat anyone with any single touch he does without any injuries.
  • Palette Swap: As an Evil Twin of WarGreymon, he switches his colors to black, darker grey and yellow.
  • Pet the Dog: He protects a flower from a Mammothmon, though this turns into Kick the Morality Pet when, in his frustration, he crushes it himself.
  • Psychopathic Manchild:
    Mummymon: Calm down, big fella!
    BlackWarGreymon: Don't tell me what to do ever again! (kicks a rock at him)
    Arukenimon: BlackWarGreymon is acting just like a big crybaby who can't find his favorite toy. But we better be careful, he's an incredibly dangerous crybaby.
  • Redemption Equals Death: He protects Cody's grandfather from Oikawa, and uses what's left of his strength to seal the Highton View Terrace gateway.
  • Senseless Sacrifice: Subverted. While in the end his sealing of the Highton View Terrace didn't accomplish anything, He did save the life of Cody’s grandfather, preventing Cody from losing yet another loved one.
  • Single-Stroke Battle: How he massacres four Mammothmon.
  • Skyward Scream: "Why do I feel so empty!?"
  • Spin Attack: His Black Tornado, as he has the same attacks of WarGreymon, which consists in spinning his body at high speed and attack his enemy with it.
  • Super Strength: As a Mega level and not a very impressive size, he has sufficent strength to lift a Mammothmon and very powerful attacks.
    • Control Spires can take multiple attacks from champion level digimon before they finally go down, but BlackWarGreymon can literally just walk right through them like they aren't even there, toppling them. In "Duel of the WarGreymon", he was fighting both WarGreymon and Imperialdramon in Fighter Mode, Mega level Digimon like him, with one at least able to match his power. BlackGreymon still was fighting despite the disadvantage.
  • Taking the Bullet: For Cody's grandfather as Oikawa "attacks" him with some evil energy.
  • Torso with a View: Oikawa's attack leaves him a massive hole in his stomach, enough to predict his end.
  • Unholy Nuke: His version of WarGreymon's Terra Force, Terra Destroyer, is said to be comprised of "one-hundred percent negative energy."
  • Villainous Breakdown: "I keep asking questions of my enemies, and yet I still get no answers. Why am I so different from them? Why was I created like this? Well, if they won't answer me, then why should I be concerned about them anymore? I have given every opponent the chance to convince me otherwise, but now I am through talking. Why should I care if they are destroyed? Or for that matter, their whole precious Digital World?! Destroying the Destiny Stone means my own destruction as well, but if that's what it takes to finally find my answer, then so be it."
  • Villainous Valor: Shakkoumon shows up and is the first thing to really start to hurt him, and despite taking a beating from him and Paildramon and Silphymon, he still gets back up, and promptly comes up to all three of them.
  • Walking Wasteland: He warps the ground he walks on.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Arukenimon's creations before and after him had no free will or intelligence and were bent on doing whatever she told them to do. Thus the DigiDestined had no problems destroying them. BlackWarGreymon somehow ended up gaining free will due to the number of Control Spires used to make him, leaving everyone unsure of what to do about him. Even he wondered if he was really alive or not, which was the primary source of his constant frustration.
  • Wild Card: He doesn't work for Arukenimon, but he's still bad news for the heroes. Even when he comes back, he's all about killing Oikawa, but the Chosen Children have to stop from doing that. His Heel–Face Turn comes very late.
  • Wolverine Claws: The gauntlets of his armor that wield the Dramon Destroyers.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: He keeps destroying the Holy Stones to alleviate his sorrow and find Azulongmon even if that means the unbalance of the Digital World and the real world.
  • Worthy Opponent: He decided finding one of these would do until he discovered his true purpose.
  • You Can't Handle the Parody:
    BlackWarGreymon: My existence? What do you mean? I want the truth!
    Azulongmon: You can't handle the truth!

A young girl from the Natsu e no Tobira drama CD. One summer, Daisuke and Chibimon visit New York to see Mimi (with a surprise visit from Wallace), their encounter is quickly sidetracked when they get drawn into a wintry, empty New York and Daisuke starts hearing voices. The voices inevitably lead Daisuke to the sole inhabitant of the winter wasteland, who takes an absolute shine to him.

  • Alone Among the Couples: Downplayed; Nacchan's been alone all her life, and she finds it a bitter pill to swallow when the entire group of people she meets are already so close with their partner Digimon.
  • Ambiguous Ending: Her character arc. Natsu is apparently a Digimon, is plagued by evil data that makes her a monster, and ultimately dies and is reborn in Digi-egg form. Daisuke and the others start running around New York to find her partner before she hatches again.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Inverted. Nacchan takes an interest in Daisuke because he's the one who heard her calling, and is later delighted to learn how nice he actually is.
  • Irony: She and Daisuke talk about having partners, and Daisuke suggests she might have a Digi-egg of her own to look after one day. She's reduced to her own Digi-egg by the end of the story.
  • Friendless Background: Nacchan's been alone her whole life.
  • Love Interest: For Daisuke. Mimi ships them mostly by teasing Daisuke.
  • Meaningful Name: Mimi names her Nacchan, for the summer (Natsu), but she doesn't accept it without first asking Daisuke.
  • Operation: Jealousy: After Daisuke declines to go along with her and ditch the others, she makes a point of showering Wallace with attention. She immediately ditches Wallace when she has a chance to get Daisuke alone.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": The Digital Scratch translation mistakenly writes her name as Nat-chan, but the actual Japanese is transliterated to Nacchan.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Nacchan is positively frigid to everyone who isn't Daisuke, but especially Chibimon.
  • You Are Not Alone: The climax of the story is Daisuke reminding her of this to talk her down from her Tragic Monster state.


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